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wilmington. carolina outscore lsu in the second half. 14-0. >> kirk: he's the slot receiver, 88 highsmith. he's matched up one on one with taylor. taylor starts to come up. he think es he's going for an easy completion. yates does a good job, stepping up into the pocket. giving high smith enough time, gets in the back of the end zone. how about the touch by t.j. yates. a guy that's criticized, talked about. when is he going to get in. yates with a lot of maturity and guts for the tar heels team. >> brent: you bet, under the circumstance, what has gone on before and in the first half. this is a tremendous performance by the tar heels. everybody can be proud of the youngsters who showed up and played here tonight. there's no quitting. not a bit. pp. >> kirk: this lsu offense hasn't done anything in the second half. now, you wonder, is it the onside kick, will they have confidence with two time-outs and get off the field with a three and out? touch time will that leave you. onside kick you got to believe here. >> brent: the hands people are on the field for lsu, you better believe that right now
and number 22, west virginia, against the 15th ranked lsu tigers. big play in the second quarter. patrick peterson for lsu, and this is big-time. returns a punt 60 yards for the touchdown. >> a lot of that today. >> lsu coach, look at that, strikes theheisman coach. les miles says, don't do that. lsu leads in the fourth quarter. > redskins defensive tackle, albert hayneswoth expects to play against the rams after been inactiveast week. he's been the topic of conversation for al the wrong reasons and today he added more to the discussion. here's haynesworth talking about his contract on the "kevin and rock show" on 106 maps in motion , the fan. >> just because somebody pays you money, they'll make you do whatever they want or whatever, you know? i mean, is everything f sale? i'm not for sale. yeah, i signed a contract and i got paid a lot of money, but just because that doesn't mean i'm for sale a slave or whatever, you know? we were agreed upon to come to that, that i'd play, you know, defensive tackle. and not nose guard or this other stuff. signing on with a 4-3 team. there were a lot
pick trent williams number 72 is the team's left track will. and parry riley. number 53 out of is lsu was the skin's fourth round pick of the other draft picks. eric cook was released. dennis moore was traded to the st. louis rams. cares was released yesterday and signed to the practice squad today. >> you have to do what you think is best for your football team. the worst thing people do is keep a draft pick just to keep a draft pick. what you do is, you know, keep the people that give you the best chance to win. and, you know, you get 50% of your draft choices to make your football team, you have a heck of a draft. >>> maryland has a big game tomorrow when they face in- state rival navy. this is the 21st all-time meeting between the two teams. the first since 2005. the mid-shipmen hold a 14-6 lead in this matchup. while the mids try to build upon a ten win season last year for the terps all about erasing the bad taste of the season. he likes the idea of competing for maryland's bragging rights. >> i really think it's good for the state of maryland. i think for football in this state
to ensure we never have that kind of incident, but we need to be prepared. i am an lsu tiger, but i quoted a coach who used to say to his team's, failure to prepare is preparing for failure. what i said about that drill was, we are preparing so we can be successful in the event we have an incident that we hope will never happen. we learned a lot in doing that drill, in terms of our capability and things we need to do better and the things we are already doing well. our intent is to never have that kind of incident, but in the unlikely event we do, we would be prepared to deal with it. i think that is just the kind of people marathon are. so thank you very much. [applause] >> sunday on "washington journal," author and christian science monitor editor davante chinni. later, author and sociology professor brian powell looks at america's changing view of what constitutes a family. our recent survey found that americans are more accepting of unmarried and same-sex couples raising children. plus, your e-mail and phone calls. "washington journal," like sunday at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> su
games going on, intersection game, caroline na tar heals to take on the lsu tigers. it's inside the virginia tech georgia dome. 77 degrees. 44-10rks i think lsu has no trouble there. maryland and the naval academy in baltimore on monday afternoon a 4:00 game. 83 degrees and wind out of the south at 5 miles an hour. i think navy takes out maryland. and then in landover on monday night, the game that i'll be attending, boise state. they come into town to take on the hoakies from virginia tech and i think that they are going to take one away from the hoakies. i'll be out in norman next week as florida state travels to take on oklahoma in norman. happy saturday, everybody. >> if you're a fan, you might have some choice words for chuck when you see him at the game. >>> tonight's host hosts bristol palin. >> last time you were here you came with your mom. how is mom doing? okay. >> yeah, she's okay. >> she's hunting right now. >> i knew the economy was rough but i had no idea. >> bristol's 2008 pregnant tea put her in the spotlight during her mother's run for president. her and her ex
stadium at night. that's deadly. against lsu. that's patrick peterson, running, running. he has it going on for the long punt return i should say in tiger stadium. lsu the 12th ranked team. number one team in the land in trouble down three in the fourth. mark ingram just back from knee surgery. somebody laid hands on him. 157 yards rushing and that touch it down is tied up by four. arkansas quarterback had a day. 307 yards but a couple of picks. alabama remains unbeaten. they win 24-20. >>> albert hainsworth hasn't spoken much to the media but he did speak on radio today, saying everything is fine between and coach mike shanahan. but did admit the season has been very unusual. also re asserted he felt strongly what when he came here he came to play in a 4-3 not 4- 2 defense. hainsworth is listed as questionable on the skins injury report. the defensive major will focus their attention on rookie sam bradford, the number one pick from april's draft just two games into his career he has shown great potential and also shown his youth. the redskins hope to take advantage of that youth. >>> he
's defense. maryland 21. and they play flori international next week. west virginia is at lsu. >>> if there was ever a must-win game in september for virginia tech today's game against east carolina was it. the hokies started the day with a 2 record and a 0-3 start would be disaster. the last time that happened, bon jovi's "living on a prayer" was e number one song in the u.s., that was in 1987. today they tried to change their tune. they go agains a very good east carolina team and put up 100 points in two games, second quarter, the hokies are trailing. 24 yard touchdown and the hokies within three, an impressive play. six minutes later, daryn edwards gets it and they get the lead. hokies down at halftime. frank beamer's team goes off in the second half and east carolina driving dominique davis throws it to the sideline but check out rashad carmichael and davis is trying to atone here trying to tackle but davis, denied. carmichael into the end zone and virginia tech rolls 49-27 earning its first win of the season. >> great win. it came after a very difficult week on coach's p
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williams number 72 is the team starting left tackle and perry reilly. number 53 out of lsu, the skins fourth round pick. now of the other draft picks eric cook was released, dennis morris traded to the rams. severallic capers released yesterday but signed to the practice squad today. >> you have to do what you think is best for your football team. the worst thing people do is to keep a draft pick just to keep a draft pick. you keep the people that give you the best chance to win. and if you get 50% of your draft choices kept on the football team, that's a great percentage. >> they didn't have 50%. >>> the first meeting between two teams. the hokies 1 in 25 all time against a.p. teams. >>> the terps have a big game tomorrow when they face navy. they are meeting for the first time since 2005 and neither is ranked. this is the 21st meeting with the midship men holding a 14-6 lead in the series. for the terps, it's about erasing a 2-10 season, proving they are fighters. friedgen said he likes the idea of competing for maryland bragging rights. >> i think it's good for the state of marylan
with the hornets. lsu is significant up the road, but on sunday, the new orleans saint kosc have been there keynote -- saints have been their team. what you just asked me, the unique bond of this community, that all of us have fallen in love with, was really what inspired us, because i did not want a project, we did not want a project that was going to be winning on the field or off of the field or leadership. this book was going to be more about, hey, this is pretty unique here, and shortly after katrina to the super bowl parade, this is our story, and we do think that we have got the best fans in the world. tavis: you mentioned earlier the distractions that exist. of course, any city has distractions. its own unique kinds of distractions. but in the evaluation processes, because every team has to go through this, how do you know, how do you figure out who you are drafting, trading for, bringing in the right kind of players that can handle the unique distractions of this particular environment? >> that is a great question. obviously, the combination of first finding the player that has the talent
. carolina tar heels taking on the lsu tigers. the weather won't technically matter because it's inside georgia dome. 77 degrees and 44-10, i think lsu has no trouble there. on monday afternoon a. game at 4:00, the wind is out of the west at 9 miles an hour. i think maryland is taken out. and then in landover on monday night at 8:00, the game i will be attending, boise state. i hate boise state after that fiesta bowl loss. they take on virginia tech and i think boise is going to make a kick late and take the hoakies. happy saturday, everybody. >> chuck, the virginia game is way bigger than the u of o game. i'm sorry. it just is. high school football season is well under way. dan hellie has your sports minute. >> good morning, everybody. teams have to turn their rosters to 53 by 4:00. the first game of the nfl season is coming up on thursday when the saints host brett farve and the vikings. you can see that game right here on nbc 4. to baseball, the nationals in pittsburgh, still in the lineup. appealing the eight-game suspension for his part in the wednesday night game against the marli
, gathered because there is a big game happening. north carolina versus lsu. the georgia dome today kicking off really a big saturday for college football. a lot of folks excited. they're already down there hanging out. beautiful, beautiful morning. always a good morning to bust a move here in atlanta with the young emcee. maybe you need to bust a move and stay fit. a lot of people want to do that, but how can you turn to the internet? is that a way to stay fit? you can find nutritious meal planning to a virtual trainer online. my doctor, sanjay gupta now, is showing you websites to help you keep track of your health. >> reporter: we live our lines online these days. we buy plane ticket, pay bills. why not fitness? >> when people want help a lot of times the internet is the best way to search for it. and if you can get that help immediately online, that's great. >> reporter: so we put some of our fit nation expert tons hunt to look at some of the latest and greatest online fitness tools. check out the fit orbit, a real life fitness trainer online. >> i love the fact that you can pick the ty
score to pass along to you. mountaineer fans may want to look away. west virginia lost to lsu, done in by special teams. lsu's patrick peterson returned the punt 60 yards for a touchdown. and blocked the field goal. west virginia battled back but fell short. the final score 20-14. >>> the so-called white house party crashers are using their celebrity to do some good. we told but this yesterday. salahi is auctioning off the infamous house she wore to the white house dinner for charity. this is the drs being previewed at the potomac company in alexandria. we went out to see it. the actioneers expect it to go between $2,000 and $3,000. the auction is this coming saturday. 80% of theroceedwill go to two charities. and there you go. >> you g your bid in? >> no. i'll let it go. whoever wants it, i will not get in your way. >> okay. >> mo worries there. still much more news 4 today after the break. also "viewpoint." right here in this neighborhood, i ew up learning strong filies and hard work means opportunity. and that starts with good schools. it's a tradition here in maryland-- anwhy in
the top ten for the first time this season. the hokies fell to number 13 after the loss on labor day. lsu remains at 16, against a north carolina team that was dealing with major expansion. and welcome to the top 20 to fsu and georgia after both schools -- and rounding out the top 25, the mountaineers of west virginia moved up to number 22 while three other teems move into the top 25 for the first time. arizona, byu, and south carolina. >> and that's your u.s.a. today top 25 coaches poll presented by sprint. the now network. >>> on to baseball, the nats play the mets again tonight and surprisingly, morgan is in the lineup. major league baseball was scheduled to rule this afternoon on the appeals that morgan filed on his suspensions. 9sports learned those hearings have been delayed. the players union, which is representing morgan in those hearings requested more time to mount a defense for the national center fielder. he has been suspended 15 games for a variety of on field misconduct, most notably, the brawl he started with the marlins last wednesday. a ruling expected thursday and frida
against number 21 lsu. one of those guys is marvin austin, a d.c. native. he's a big-time defensive lineman. he is a potential first round pick. those players have violated ncaa and team rules. some of them could be out for several games, so that's a tough break for the north carolina football team. >> and how do other high school football teams who are not your alma mater get you interested? >> this actually has nothing to do with me. he said there were some good plays from mcgruder game. instead it was damascus. >> all right. thank you, dan. >>> coming up next, not the tennis elbow that most fans are used to seeing at the u.s. open. >>> a pilot practicing landings didn't expect this when he climbed into the cockpit this afternoon. the 70-year-old pilot was doing what are called touch-and-go landings when his plane stalled and then crashed nose first into the roof of a house near the airport. the woman who lives there had just walked outside. she was knocked off her porch but has only minor injuries. the pilot was hospitalized but is also expected to be okay. >>> there was more act
it on a regular basis in denver. the next man up is keelan williams. he is an undrafted free agent from lsu and he impressed coaches enough in the pre-season to make the team ahead of well known names like willie parker. now he's played enough to bump the next one off the roster. now he finds himself being expected to contribute for the redski. >> iouldn't necessarily say i'm the best backer. we have a lot of good backs. we just signed a good back. i'll just take my role however it comes and do my best. >> you have to make decisions in the best interest of the rganization and sometimes it's really tough. he worked hard in the off season and there's still a chance he could come back here. >> trent williams did not practice today. he was limping today with a bruised knee and a sprained toe, but he has not been ruled out for the rams game. kareem moore did practice fully and says he expects to play on sunday. >>> at this pont in the season, it's all about little victories for the nationals, a young guy looking good, a starting pitcher making it deep into the ball game for a quality srt. when you get
the leaderboard. >> lsu and north carolina on tech here on abc-7. stay tuned, we will break down the day in college football. a and ole miss, a loser to jacksonville state in overtime. >> leigh: you like saying that. they're playing right now. >> alan: that's its for us at captioned by closed captioning services inc. our real national pastime? saving money. and like baseball people love their stats. i started bringing my lunch to work -- 50 bucks a week in my pocket. here's a good one: state farm insures 40 million drivers. more than geico and progressive combined. i saved because i'm accident-free. of course, with so many ways to save including discounts of up to 40%, having that many customers shouldn't be a surprise. so ask a neighbor about state farm, then call an agent at 1-800-state-farm or go online.
assistance to neede families program. they provide cities as part of yesterday's economic lsu package which activists said has funded nearly 4,000 jobs in san francisco. >>> the countdown to lift off is over. now you can take flight in the house of air in san francisco. that story is coming up next. >>> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleep world. with no interest until 2012. >>> okay. so if you're one of those who likes to jump around, you have a new place to do it t trampoline park called house of air opened up today in the presidio, it features 19,000 square feet of jumping space, trampoline classes and a lot of other programs as well. the park was built inside an historic airplane hanger built back in the 20s and once used by the u.s. army. >> i can just see all the kids going "i want to get out." >> my two daughters especially. >> my boys too. i'm there. >>> mark joins us, right into sports. >> yoo. it has the making of a really great day for the giants, all they have to do is hold up their end of the bargain and beat the dodgers tonight. chad billingsly, going to be tough.
to stay up too late. nearly every andrew lsu play was, he picked was a winner down on the farm. stanford scored a touchdown on their first eight possessions and this is what makes luck one of the best quarterbacks in the country. nobody is open, he takes off and 52 yards later he is in the end zone. stanford led wake forest 41-10 at the half. third quarter he lobs it up to doug baldwin for one of his four touchdown passes. stan for racks up over 500 yards of offense, they lead 68- 24 in the fourth, the cardinals are closing in on their first 3- 0 start since 2001. >>> mike macinsire picked up his first win as head coach at san jose stay. la monday mull degree scored the game-winning touchdown with just over a minute to play, the spartan beat him 16-11. lane kiffin and the trojans taking on minnesota. >> they thought he was young and immature and that someone would grab him by the throat and tell him he is doing the wrong thing. >> sorry but it never gets old. second quarter matt barkley rolls out, has all kinds of time, heaves it down on the field to ronald johnson. the men of troy win 3
international next week. west virginiis at lsu. >>> well, if there was ever a must-win game in september for virginia tech, yesterday's game against east carolina was it. the hokies started the day with an 0-2 record and an 0-3 start would be a disaster. the last time that happened, bon jovi's "living on a prayer" was a number one song in the u.s. that was in 1987. yesterday the hokies desperately trying to change their tune. taylor and the hokies going against a very good east carolina team. second qrter, hokies trailing 17-7. taylor starts the hokies' comeback. throws a dart to roberts. 24-yard touchdown. hokies within three. impressive play. this was impressive, too. six minutes later, darren evans gets the handoff. goes left and he's in for seven-yard touchdown. tech's first lead of the game. hokies down at halftime. virginia tech sophomore standt ryan williams was injured in the game, injured his hamstring but trainers say he is okay. frank beamer's team goes off in the second half. east carolina driving. dominique davis, uh-oh. rashad carmichael reads it perfectly. interception dow
on lsu. bowling green takes on michigan. and edna scott her son plays for the richmond spiders so we're pulling for the spiders today even though the fighting blue hence of delaware, good luck top richmond as well. more cing up later. >>> the nationals lo to end the season on a high note. >> dan hellie has highlights from last nights game in this morning's "sports minute". >> reporter: good morning, your "sports mite" starts with the nationals. nationals do have a four game winning streak for the first time all year. adam dunn crushed a pair of home runs. willie harris had an inside the park home run and jordan zimmerman struck out five batters in five innings. the nationals beat the braves 8-3. redskins in st. louis on sunday. this is the first me washington has been favored in a game all year. it's not by a lot. the skins still don't know if trent williams will be available. he practiced on friday. he's looking better but will be a game time decision. he's recovering from a bruised knee and sprained toe. williams officially list as questionleable. if he doesn't go, stefan hider wil
't masturbate without l.s.u. the reason you don't tell them that masturbation is the answer to aids and all these other problems that come with sex outside of marriage is because again, it is not addressing the issue. you're going to be pleasing each other. if he already knows what pleases him and he can please himself, dwlen am i in the picture. >>? christine o'donnell winning the republican senate primary. author of the popular blog attitude. he is author of the backlash. good to see you. thanks for joining us. >> good to see you. what a night, huh? >> i feel like i'm a human exclamation point. >> me, too. >> while that tape was playing, we just got some breaking news that i want to get your response to. an nrsc. national republican senate campaign official, the republican party senate campaign has now just told the "wall street journal" that they will not spend money on christine o'donnell in delaware. what do you think, they say if her position improves, the committee might reconsider the allocation of scarce resources. how does christine o'donnell prove herself to republican that's she
for college football here in atlanta. tonight at the georgia dome, a big matchup between usc and lsu. down the way, at atlanta motor speedway, nascar sprint cup series is in town for a big, big race. and who better to take me around the track than nascar champ, dale jarrett. >> this is one of the fastest racetracks these guys race on. it's fun to race here. we're going to run five or six laps in the 160-mile-per-hour, 170-mile-per-hour range. that's your side. you crawl in that window. >> what are you talking about? >> there's no doors. they're welded shut. >> oh, cute. thanks, guys. we have to get a picture of that. is this right? >> yeah. just put them in. slide right in. there you go. welcome. >> thanks for having me. >> where am i holding on? >> you can hold on to that roll bar. >> okay. white knuckles here. what if i grabbed the steering wheel? >> that would be a bad thing. >> just wondering. >> don't do that. you ready? >> yes, sir. >> all right. ♪ >> i love it. woo. awesome. okay. you drive. i love this. this is great. can we do more? i'm kidding. i cannot thank you enough. that w
number four with their win over arizona state. lsu jumped in the top ten over west virginia. auburn jumps three spots after rallying to beat south carolina. stanford is up 4 after handling notre dame's offense. michigan the top 20 following a win over bowling green. and south carolina dropped seven positions after losing on the road at auburn. atlanta rounds out the top 25 following a win at byu and west virginia falls our of the poll and that's the "usa today" top 25 coaches poll presented by sprint, the now network. >> okay. that's a look at the "usa today" top 25. full redskins coverage about 5:00 and 6:00. have a great monday, everybody. >>> the nationals won the series with the by the ways on sun. desmond had a sing until the seventh to put dc on top. nats win 4-2. the phillies magic number to win the nl east is down to one. >>> it is 2:24. we will have more reaction to the redskins loss coming up. >>> and another call for action in cleaning up the anacostia. this time from uncle sam. it is a foggy start to the week. howard says we need the rain. find out how long it will last when 9
game. >> we've got college football for you this afternoon. it'ss season opener as we've got lsu versus north carolina, kickoff at 5:00 followed by the premier of after the game right around 8:30 p.m.. hope to see you then. have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> coming up next, 6:30. >> going to tahoe this holiday weekend. lake tahoe has a huge bear problem. already used it on one aggressive animal to make the area safer. >> what a san francisco woman has to do ififififififififififif ♪ >>> this morning police will resume their search for a body at a pittsburgh landfill. authorities fear 35-year-old frederick salas of hercules could be a fifth victim in the killing spree. the missing man's father is among four victims linked to suspect valdamoro fatally shot by police tuesday night. they searched the landfill yesterday and received trash from a business park where the suspect worked which is not far from where the suspect lived. last night in valaro, about 100 people turned out for a vigil remembering two of the victims that worked in a strip mall in vallejo. salas and cin
and season opener as we got lsu versus north carolina followed by the premiere of after the game right around 8:30 p.m. hope to see you then. have a great weekend everybody. >> coming up next at 8:30. >> going to tahoe? they have a huge bear problem and they have euthanized one aggressive animal to make the area safer. >> and officials say what a san francisco woman has to do if she [ female announcer ] back to school means back to busy mornings. that's why i got them pillsbury toaster strudel. warm flaky pastry with delicious sweet filling my kids will love. plus i get two boxtops for their school. toaster strudel. the one kids want to eat. and these arthe ones you'll love on a tuesday. pillsbury crescent dogs, with just a few ingredients, you have an easy to make dinner. they're crescents r the other 364. try them tonight. ♪ yes! ♪ oh my gosh, are those the jeans from last year? how'd you do it? ting right...whole grain. [ female announcer ] people who eat more whole grain tend to have healthier body weights. multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories.
's wetlands also started to die. ralph portier is an l.s.u. scientist. >> well, where we are standing dramatic example of how its changed over my shoulder this used to be a very valuable cow pasture, dairy cattle were raised here in the 1970s and as you can see now it's a coastal marsh. >> reporter: he says channelizing the mississippi prevented the river from depositing new silt and delivered less fresh water to the marshes. that allowed salt water from the gulf of mexico to attack marsh grasses. >> it dissolves the marsh and it also kills the fresh water root systems that are there because they can't handle the salt. >> reporter: portier says even before the spill, years of oil and gas industry operations also killed wetlands. for nearly 60 years, companies drilled wells in the marshes and dredged canals so boats could reach them. this allowed even more salt water to intrude. don briggs says when the canals were dredged nobody realized what kind of damage they might cause. he's the president of the louisiana oil and gas association. >> when you look at the pictures it looks horrific, when yo
! [ laughter ] >> we'll have to see when they play lsu and see what happens. >> is that a threat? [ laughter ] >> 6 59:00. we wanted to show you a traffic safety experiment that's designed to get drivers to slow down. it's an optical illusion. the drawing of a little girl who chased a ball into traffic. it's painted in front of a school in west vancouver in british columbia and the closer you get the more the girl comes into view. there is a sign that says you're project not expecting kids to run into the road. the 3-d image will be there for a week. other cities are already considering putting in something similar. just like a huge pothole would slow people down. >> yes. >> after the fact. i think that's a great idea. >> don't turn your back on us, brian. >>> got a story idea or comment you would like to share with us? email brian@cbs5.com.
story right now to tell. excuse my voice. i was up watching the lsu game clearly. but the problem i have, and the republicans should understand, is that there's still an internal civil war going on within the republican party in washington state, in delaware, in colorado. many of the mainstream republican candidates have not endorsed the tea party candidates, that they have provided enthusiasm. they provide a lot of energy, an organization for the republican party, but we don't know yet if the republicans can heal those wounds and provide the kind of turnout -- >> i think if you gave most democrats truth serum, and you would ask which place they would rather be in, they would pick the republicans' place rather than their own place in the election. the problem for the class coming in for the republicans is for mitch mcconnell, who you just talked to, is his ability to herd them will be like herding quail. because these folks are coming to washington saying, i i'm not going to be part of this. i'm not going to listen to the leaders. i'm going to what the voters want me to do. >> i wanted t
and jacksonville state over old miss, 49-48. to atlanta where north carolina entered a huge matchup with lsu with nine starters suspended and 13 players overall. before that they come storming back in the second half, trailing 31-10. that a 97 yard touchdown, the longest in school history and carolina could have tied or won had that pass, he couldn't hang onto it. 30-24. lsu escapes. let's get outside to rick reichmuth who is doing some labor day grilling burgers, buddy. >> it's all about burgers on labor day, barbecue, the last chance you have and i've got to tell you the weather is really good for barbecue. >> find my coat. >> a little chilly or the chef so he's going to wear a blazer while barbecuing. >> a couple of twists, you'll do the mediterranean burger and i'll do the cuban one. meat burgers or you my friend and veggies. a cuban burger, want to mix it up. >> and here is the orange juice, a little bit, mix it with, there you go, top chef challenge and a little paprika and garlic powder and mix it up and we are going to brush it on the burger on the grill. tidbits about cooking neat,
an informal meeting at lsu and to line. we spoke to them about a number of issues -- we went to lsu and tulane. there were some concerns, but the idea was did we know enough that we could design a monitoring system where we could employ this and know whether or not on a day-to-day basis we were doi more harm than good? how do you know if you are doing more harm than good? you worry about hypoxia. are you disbursing so much oil that you are making a cloud of hypoxia in the water column that would then be very damaging quite immediately to the ecosystem? that became part of the real time constant monitoring of oxygen level along with the criteria of the cut off. if we saw oxygen go along -- below that level, we felt it would be a reasonable level for a cut off. these creatures i did not know a thing about before, but looking for a sentinel critter, a type of plankton if you will, that if you saw a massive die off it would b an indication of immediate toxicity. that was something we could look for every day, not me personally, but they could command bp to do a directed test for it every single da
documentary about sex, to promote abstainance. >> the bible says lsu in your heart is committing adultery. >> reporter: today, she's surprised it's even being discussed. >> i'm in my 40s now, i've matured in a lot of my positions and a lot of the way i present my beliefs. >> reporter: o'donnell had also bone a frequent guest of bill maher of "politically incorrect." >> what i was doing then was not running for office, i was helping bill maher get ratings. i don't see the relevance on this campaign. it is an about getting this country on track. >> reporter: she says she was doing her job when she was doing the media appearances because she was working as a consultant for non-profit groups. it has led to the financial problems she has about having trouble with paying her taxes and paying her mortgage. she said that kind of work is about falling on hard times and so has she and many understands that economic difficulty and rallied around her. >> south carolina republican jim demint has endorsed many candidates including christine. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> the "new york times"
. we sat down with academia. we had an informal meeting at lsu and to line. we spoke to them about a number of issues -- we went to lsu and tulane. there were some concerns, but the idea was did we know enough that we could design a monitoring system where we could employ this and know whether or not on a day-to-day basis we were doing more harm than good? how do you know if you are doing more harm than good? you worry about hypoxia. are you disbursing so much oil that you are making a cloud of hypoxia in the water column that would then be very damaging quite immediately to the ecosystem? that became part of the real time constant monitoring of oxygen level along with the criteria of the cut off. if we saw oxygen go along -- below that level, we felt it would be a reasonable level for a cut off. these creatures i did not know a thing about before, but looking for a sentinel critter, a type of plankton if you will, that if you saw a massive die off it would be an indication of immediate toxicity. that was something we could look for every day, not me personally, but they could comm
was born in december 1946, and he will be 64 this december. in 1971 he graduated from l.s.u. law school, and he was a partner with jacob amato, with whom you will hear later today, between 1973 and 1974. robert creeley also practiced at that law firm. from october 19 3 to august 1984, judge porteous also served as an assistant district attorney in jefferson parish louisiana. in august, 1984, judge porteous was elected and served as state district court judge on the judicial court for jefferson parish louisiana where he served as a state judge from august 1984 to october 28, 1994. while a state judge, amato and creeley regularly and freely took him to lunch and paid for other entertainment for judge porteous. judge porteous never paid for any lunches he attended with them. let me first start off by talking about judge porteous' curatorship scheme with the other attorneys. as mr. schiff stated, at some point after he became a state judge, judge porteous began to request money from robert creeley. the evidence will show that judge porteous claimed that he neeleded money for personal reaso
was born in december 1946, and he will be 64 this december. in 1971 he graduated from lsu law school, and he was a partner with jacob amato with whom you will hear later today between 1973 and 1974. robert creely, who you will also hear from later today, also practiced at that law firm. from october 1973 to august 1984, judge porteous also served as an assistant district attorney in jefferson parish, louisiana. in august 1984, judge porteous was elected and served as a state district court judge on the 24th judicial district court for jefferson parish, louisiana, where he served as a state judge from august 1984 to october 28, 1994. while a state judge, amato and creely regularly and frequently took him to lunch and provided and paid for other entertainment for judge porteous. judge porteous virtually never paid for any lunches he attended with creely or amato. let me first start off by talking about judge porteous' curatorship scheme with attorneys creely and amato. as mr. schiff stated, at some point after he became a state judge, judge porteous began to request money from robert c
money by having some jointness here between tulane and l.s.u. and another one of the hospitals. this is a lost opportunity. and it's really unfortunate and we will be building another one of these big state-of-the-art and costs about $1 billion and i reserve. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from indiana reserves. the gentleman from california. mr. filner: mr. speaker, i would yield five minutes to the gentlelady from nevada who was a former member of our committee and whom we miss very, very, very much. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlelady is recognized for five minutes. ms. berkley: thank you, mr. speaker. and i want to thank chairman filner for bringing this very important piece of legislation. i know it wasn't easy, but it was an important task and he did it very well. i rise in support of senate amendment to h.r. 3219, veterans insurance and health care improvements act. it is this nation's responsibility, indeed, it is our honor, to provide care to the brave men and women who have served this nation so well and have sacrificed much on behalf of the rest of us. th
that i was on the team and i want mide team to win. i always want my team to win. i graduated from lsu. >> did -- did you form an opinion as to why you had been offered a provision in your contract for an extra $100,000, if the judge recused himself? >> at the time or now? >> well, let's say at the time and then -- >> at thtime i didn't. >> what about now. >> now i have a real strong opinion. i think that provision, incentive provision or what, was to get me to either encourag someone to get off of the case for an extra $100,000. i think that they ready thought i was a prostitute because it was a lot of money, they just didn't know how high the number was going to go. but i didn't -- i never did that. i never approached judge porteous and ask him to remove himself. i knew, as i told judge jones at the fifth circuit and and she became enraged at me. i said i didn't know of any additional facts that would allow a recusal motion to be successful or to be heard. and she just went crazy. don't you have an ethical and moral obligation, mr. gardner, for your client? and i said, i do. but she
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